Angel, who said her mum was equally friends with Denrele Edun while growing up, spoke with house guest, Omashola.
Oladotun, married to Dbanj’s sister, Taiwo, took to his Instagram page to accuse the singer of trying to pervert justice.
The Eagle Online recalls that D’banj spent three days with the ICPC in Abuja over alleged involvement in N-Power fraud.
While some of the music stars performed their hit songs at the concert, other celebrities who attended were present to celebrate the sounds and culture that make Africa truly unique.
Although she is out of the competition, the Warri born singer can look forward to a studio session with D’banj, as the Kokomaster said.
In a sad twist, this season’s host, IK Osakioduwa, announced that the seventh live show would also be a double eviction
The night’s theme was Showstopper, and all the contestants delivered on it. David Operah once again opened the night with his performance of Burna Boy’s Wonderful, and it was the first of many show-stopping performances.
The contestants gave it a whirl in their separate performances in an attempt to woo viewers and fans for votes as the two contestants with the least votes would be eliminated in the next round. Abigail opened the floor of the evening with an astonishing rendition of ‘Rain on Me’ by Lady Gaga. The highlight of her performance was the uniqueness of her voice that synergized with her backup singers.
The live shows will begin on Sunday, March 20, 2022, and all 12 finalists will be competing to become the next Nigerian Idol and walk away with N100 million worth of prizes. The promise of winning the largest ever prize for a music talent show in Nigeria means that all 12 finalists will bring their A-game, and the show will get hotter.
D’banj will joining Similoluwa Kosoko, aka Simi, and Obi Asika, who returns as a judge from the previous season on the show.
Organisers of the show, MultiChoice Nigeria, made the announcement on Tuesday as the countdown to the show’s premiere begins
As a way of reviving the entertainment scene in Lagos State while also strategically showcasing the State as the soul of entertainment of Nigeria, the State’s Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture is set to celebrate Nigeria’s Independence with the “Eko on Show” festival slated for Friday, 15th October, 2021 at Muri-Okunola Park, Victoria Island.
The album came after his four-year break in the music scene, coinciding with Nigeria’s 61st independence anniversary.
This was made known by the bank through its official Instagram handle @neximbank.
D’banj made the disclosure in Lagos during reward of 10 winners of the May edition of a raffle draw organised by his initiative, CREAM Platform.
This is in preparation for the Federation International de l’ Automobile World Championships in October.
The reward came through the CREAM Platform, Nigeria’s premiere creative reward platform founded by D’banj and supported by Heritage Bank.
CREAM Platform, Nigeria’s premiere creative reward platform, officially kicked off its partnership with Heritage Bank’s YNSPYRE Initiative with the commencement of the CREAM Monthly draws on March 26, 2021, rewarding subscribers who dialled the *745*463# code, with lots of cash and other prizes.
D’banj gave the commendation in a statement in Abuja on Saturday by his Corporate Manager, Damien Okoroafor, following his decoration on Friday by the NSCDC Commandant-General, Abdullahi Mohammadu, as an Agro-Ranger.
This was contained in a report signed by a Deputy Commissioner of Police, Umar Sanda, on behalf of Deputy Inspector-General of Police, Force Criminal Investigations Department, Force Headquarters, and obtained by the News Agency of Nigeria on Saturday.